MeatUp forums are an opportunity for beef, sheep and goat producers to learn something new, stay up-to-date with the latest on-farm research and technologies, and meet others working in the red meat industry.
Each forum is designed by producers from the local region through producer working groups to ensure topics, content and presenters are regionally relevant.
Held predominantly throughout southern Australia, MeatUp forums demonstrate the value of implementing new practices or technologies on-farm. They also create awareness around other MLA activities and programs that producers can get involved in to further build their knowledge and skills.
MeatUp forums are an MLA initiative and are delivered by Pinion Advisory.
New MeatUp Forum dates will be added here when scheduled.
Why should I attend MeatUp?
MeatUp quick links
MeatUp forums often include a virtual farm tour and attendees can engage with the host during an interactive Q&A session. Here are some virtual farm tours from past forums:Winter forage PDS, Casino, NSW
Goldmine Hill Farms, Lock, SA
Continue your learning journey
The MLA adoption pathway is made up of three stepping stones; awareness activities, short term training programs, and long term practice change activities.
MeatUp forums are an awareness activity as they are focused on informing producers of the latest R&D relating to livestock production. Influence and motivate activities allow producers to increase their knowledge and skills of the latest livestock production practices by participating in training activities like workshops or electronic learning modules. Involve and partner activities see producers learning from other producers and with guidance from consultants in implementing the latest livestock production practices into their business. Continue your learning journey today by checking out MLA’s other training programs and workshops.